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White Cop (2014)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 6 November 2014 (USA)
Officer Kip White is on a one-man mission to take down the European Cartel. After witnessing one of the cartel's thugs murder his best friend, White goes on a vengeance quest. He'll stop at... See full summary »

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Jake Myers

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Lara Unnerstall (screenplay by), Jake Myers (story by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ben Kobold Ben Kobold ... Kip White
Joe Ferrell Joe Ferrell ... Chief
Katie McVay Katie McVay ... Radio Voice (voice)
Jason Earl Folks Jason Earl Folks ... Maarten 'Torch' VanLaarhoven
Jeremiah Myers Jeremiah Myers ... Zoltan Azarov
Christopher Waldron Christopher Waldron ... J.J. Chavez (as Chris Waldron)
Alex Bach Alex Bach ... Drug Boy 1
Nick Moore Nick Moore ... Drug Boy 2 / Bar Patron
Jamie Bragg Jamie Bragg ... Dr. Wilder
Ian Hicks Ian Hicks ... DVD Narrator (voice)
Aaron With Aaron With ... Cartel Boss
Jordan LaVine Jordan LaVine ... Janitor / Lil' Albrecht
Youlanda Burnett Youlanda Burnett ... Claudia
Jennifer Mills Jennifer Mills ... Bartender
Katie Rife Katie Rife ... Bar Patron / Dog Walker
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Officer Kip White is on a one-man mission to take down the European Cartel. After witnessing one of the cartel's thugs murder his best friend, White goes on a vengeance quest. He'll stop at nothing-not even the LAW-to find the cartel leaders and arrest them. But there are obstacles in White's path: the hot new street drug STAMP, plucky reporters, mysterious vigilantes, and even the Mayor of Chicago, Dennis. Written by Lara Unnerstall

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Officer Kip White is on a mission to bring down the European Cartel.

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Comedy

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A weird, fun ride
20 November 2014 | by bornonbordSee all my reviews

White Cop is a hyper-self-aware, campy, film. I can't tell if it's making fun of buddy cop movies from the 80's, or blacksploitation movies of the 70s. But I think that's the point. It constantly jumps back and forth across the line of the absurd.

Ben Kobold as Kip White carries the film with ease. It's fun to watch him as Kip - tip toeing around his sexuality, physicality and, angry dimwittedness. His unique look in the film adds to the weirdness in a good way.

Joe Ferrel is a solid chief and Will Flanagan as another detective steals the scenes he's in. Jennifer Mills plays the bartender with just the right amount of lust and takes the role serious enough that we really believe her and her motives.

There are some parts that feel out of place, or that they drag on for too long - The music-video training montage wasn't as fun as it should have been. David Liebehart makes an appearance as the mayor, but really fails to deliver the gravitas the role needed. Liz Harvey also feels underutilized and slapped on a weird accent.

All in all - the movie was worthwhile. It made me laugh where it should have and feel weird when it should have. The ending perfectly goes where it should to make it satisfying.


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6 November 2014 (USA) See more »

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$9,500 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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